December 19, 2018

Kenya Moore gets dragged heavily after sharing photo of her kissing newborn daughter Brooklyn

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Mummy-shaming is on the rise once again. This time Kenya Moore found herself being dragged after she shared a pic, shown below, of her kissing her newborn daughter Brooklyn.

Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Kenya Moore recently welcomed her daughter whom she shares with Marc Daly into the world. She took to Instagram to share adorable pics of her baby girl, Brooklyn Doris Daly.

In the pic, Kenya is pictured kissing her infant daughter on the lips. Fans immediately reacted to the picture.

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 The adorable pic was captioned, “#6weeksold. May God bless you and may all your heart’s desires come true. I never gave up, kept praying and believing in God’s plan for my life. Stay prayerful He has your back. #babybrooklyn #love #faith #family #godsspeed #pray.”

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The post received mixed reviews. While some stood by her and admired the pic others chastised her for kissing her baby on the lips.

"So happy for you! Love her Kiss her and enjoy your blessing!!" wrote one user

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However another wrote,  “Of course, she was going to share it today. Queen of shade. But seriously, Kenya doesn’t hold her underneath her armpits. She’s just a bundle of soft tissue and can become QUITE sore from all the manipulation of being constantly picked up and held/dangled in the air by her armpits. People, please stop kissing babies in the face. The amount of germs that we have on us is crazy.”

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She is not the first celebrity to be dragged for kissing their baby on the lips. Recently Gabrielle Union and her husband Dwayne Wade also came under fire.

The 46-year-old posted an uber adorable pic to Instagram where Wade is seen kissing their newborn daughter on the lips. Her fans went ballistic in the comments section of her post.

“Don’t kiss that baby on the mouth… Newborns can’t deal with sickness because of their immune system,” wrote one user

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